Safed Koh

Spīn Ghar “white mountain”, otherwise called Safēd Kōh, Speen Ghar and as the Morga Range, is a mountain run in eastern Afghanistan, which ventures into Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. Its most elevated pinnacle, straight and unbending Mount Sikaram, towers most importantly encompassing slopes to 4,761 m (15,620 ft) above mean ocean level.

The Kabul River carves a tight trough through the Spīn Ghar mountains to stream eastbound into the Indus River; in any case, the range interfaces legitimately with the Shandur Top branch of the Hindu Kush mountain system.The nearest urban areas to the Spīn Ghar are Jalalabad, Afghanistan toward the north; Gardez, Paktia Province, Afghanistan toward the west; and Khost, Khost Province, Afghanistan and Parachinar, Kurram District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa territory, Pakistan toward the south. From the most elevated pinnacle of the mountain extend, (Mount (Sikaram Sar)), eastbound, it passes on the north of Parachamkani, Afghanistan; Tari Mangal, Pewar, Alizai, Khewas, Shilawzan, Luqman Khel, Maikay, Chappri Rest House, Zeran, and Upper Khyber Agency.

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